The media has played a significant role in adding glamour and glory to radiation. The public can't be blamed for embracing the new rays, as headlines like this appeared in newspapers across the globe - “Something about X-Rays for Everybody”. Following the discovery of X-rays, it became omnipresent. It became so common that city streets began to house fluoroscopes that were easily operable with coins. Particularly popular were exhibitions where subjects underwent fluoroscopy for hours to amaze the customers. At that time publicity about the cosmetic benefits of X-ray radiation was at an all time high, influencing many women to go for it. This insatiable quest of women for beauty resulted in massive radiation burns in thousands of women.
Wondering what the above lines refer to?
It reflects Sound, which is the basis of life and even has healing powers. Not convinced? Then think of those times when you have lost yourself completely listening to good music or perhaps mesmerized by the sound created by sea waves bashing against the shore? Now may be you agree with the remarkable power of sound regarding providing comfort.
Sound is nothing but a form of vibration. Sound can trigger memories, release past memories, stimulate joy. Infact, sympathetic resonance is a healing technique in which the practitioner applies positive intention, focus and attention to the sound healing instrument being used.
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Autoimmune and Paraneoplastic Myelopathies. - Published by PubMed
Small-angle X-ray scattering study of the kinetics of light-dark transition in a LOV protein. - Published by PubMed
Electrochemical and Theoretical Investigations of the Oxidatively induced reactivity of the complex [Fe2(CO)4(?2-dmpe)(µ-adtBn)] related to the Active Site of [FeFe]-Hydrogenases. - Published by PubMed
Precessional Motion in Crystalline Solid Solutions of Ionic Rotors. - Published by PubMed